This is the inaugural Nissan 350Z (VIN # JN1AZ36A74T000001) with the first product out of Nissan Motor Corp.'s Oppama facility. While its production spanned from 2004 to 2009, this particular model was crafted in 2003 and marked the commencement of the 350Z Roadster's journey in 2004. With fewer than 45,000 miles traveled, it stands as a well-preserved testament to its history. Alluringly authentic, it retains its original paint, leather interior, powertrain, and 6-speed standard shift transmission. A touch of modern flair has been introduced through the replacement of its original 18" wheels with 20" TSW chrome rims, accompanied by low-profile treads. In its essence, this 350Z encapsulates a pioneering era, an emblem of Nissan's legacy that continues to shine brightly.
The Japanese automobile juggernaut has been a force to reckon with. Take Nissan, who have given us the GTR, Skyline, SX, and a host more; a model that is also in high demand is their Z-series of cars. Initially produced in 1969, and more commonly known as the Fairlady in Japan. The Z-series was discontinued after the 300ZX in 1996. 2003 saw Nissan introduce the Nissan 350Z, a sports car that is an absolute pleasure to drive. It immediately became a cult classic and an iconic movie car. Step forth and become the next owner of this gorgeous 2004 Nissan 350Z Touring convertible model with a barely noticeable mileage of 45,000, and according to the VIN, the first car to be produced from the Oppama plant.
The 2004 Nissan 350Z Touring convertible model was introduced with nine exterior colors. This particular 350Z sports a shade of grey called Silverstone, while the soft convertible top is finished in black. A look at the front shows the iconic 350Z façade with its angled headlights flanking the contoured full aluminum hood. The front bumper is a massive piece featuring the Nissan logo and a chrome grille located on the lower end. The sides feature the Z roundel in chrome on a field of black on each side fender. The rear is host to the Nissan and 350Z badges, along with dual factory NISMO exhaust pipes. It sits on a set of custom 20" 7-spoke TSW chrome wheels with accompanying painted splash guards. With the Touring Roadster being the 350Z's high-end model, it does come with a slew of upgrades. The interior uses the more premium Le Mans Sunset Metallic/ Burnt Orange leather bucket seat configuration. The seats themselves feature heating and power adjustments. Other options include heated exterior mirrors, a Bose sound system, and more.
As with most iconic cars, their looks come with performance that is lauded, and this 2004 Nissan 350Z Touring convertible is no exception. It is powered by a 3.5L V6 engine coupled with a sweet 6-speed manual transmission producing 287hp of power along with 274 lb.ft of torque. The 350Z also comes with a carbon fiber composite driveshaft, drive-by-wire throttle, traction control, independent suspension, 4-wheel vented disc brakes, and new tires.
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